Powerfully Packed


October at Mosaic was full of exciting stuff.

We hosted a successful Brunch and Discussion with Albany Vice Mayor Rochelle Nason. She encouraged voting and gave us some points to discuss over breakfast. Don’t forget to vote on November 6th. “Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.”

Our community also had the opportunity to help Stege Elementary School in Richmond. We had about 25 people show up to help. We cleaned up their garden, put up bulletin boards, arranged library books and painted a “Cultivate Gratitude” sign for their yard. Thank you to everyone who showed up to love on Stege.

We ended October with a potluck brunch and discussion regarding our transition moving forward into 2019. We had a great turn out and answered these questions together: What is essential for a spiritual community? What communities do you participate in? What spiritual practices do you have outside of Mosaic? This was a great time of sharing and hearing one another. We’ll be having another opportunity to talk about the transition for 2019 at our Town Hall Meeting, this Thursday, November 1st at 7pm at Mosaic. We hope you’ll join us.

Coming soon…our Block Party on Talbot Street. We’ll have food, games, music and fun. Mosaic is providing the meat to grill and the neighbors and our Mosaic community will be bringing side dishes to share. If you would like to help us love on our neighborhood, please consider donating to the Common Good Fund. You can click here and choose Common Good in the drop down menu. Every little bit helps.

Lastly, we hope you can join us this Sunday, November 4th for our normal Gathering at 10:45am. Kevin will be sharing the message this Sunday.

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